Last updated: 3/23/2022
Delta Faucet was founded in 1952, when entrepreneur and owner of Masco Screw, Alex Manoogian, met an inventor with a new faucet design. The inventor had created a one-handled faucet with a ball valve that mixed hot and cold water inside the faucet.
Sensing an opportunity, Manoogian bought the invention and the patents, improved the single-handled faucet, and named it Delta due to the motion of the handle. Delta has been a fixture in our kitchens and bathrooms ever since.
Delta toilets are known for innovative technologies and reliable performance, with a range of great options in every price range. Let’s take a look at the best Delta toilets on the market today.
Delta + WaterSense
WaterSense is an EPA-approved label that indicates responsible water conservation. Delta’s WaterSense-labeled fixtures use 20% less water without impairing their feel or function.
Engineers at Delta carefully adjust water pressure, droplet size, and valve technologies to create the same functionality and user experience as higher-flow fixtures while still saving water. All Delta toilets use WaterSense to save water without compromising performance.
Despite the low consumption of water, these toilets deliver high-performance flushing. This gives it an edge over many toilet models on the market. Imagine enjoying a complete flush knowing you’re not worsening the shortage of water supply nationwide or contributing to any environmental threat! What a guilt-free advantage!
Delta Toilet Comparison
Delta has many solid products, but in this comparison piece, we’ll be looking at 5 total toilets:
|31 x 18 x 30
The Delta Turner is a comfortable, ADA-compliant toilet with the most uncomplicated, no-leak installation. In addition, Delta Turner has Delta’s Smart Fit tank-to-bowl connection, which eliminates potential leaks and provides greater stability when attaching the tank to the bowl. Smart Fit technology also removes the worry of over-tightening bolts while being easy to install with no additional tools required.
Delta Turner C43908-WH pictured
Simple installation, and good warranty.
|29-9/32 x 17½ x 30-13/16
The Delta Foundations toilet has a classic design, with WaterSense water savings, simple installation, and a limited lifetime warranty. It has a comfortable elongated seat at an ADA-compliant 16½ inches, so it’s comfortable to use. It also comes with a slow-close seat and a SplashGuard design that stops liquid from getting underneath the tank.
The Foundations is a high-efficiency toilet with 1.28 GPF engineered to provide plenty of clog-free flushing power. On that same note, it’s worth mentioning that it has a perfect MaP score: 1000.
The Delta Foundations series has a minimalistic design with excellent performance at a great value. The toilet kit includes the seat, mounting hardware, and wax ring. Additionally, the free BILT mobile app provides interactive installation instructions.
Delta Foundations Toilet C43913-WH pictured
|27 x 17 x 33
The Delta Prelude is a 1.28 GPF Water Sense toilet with a space-saving round seat at a comfortable, ADA-compliant seat height. In addition, it has Delta’s Smart Fit technology, which securely connects the tank to the bowl, eliminating leaks and the risk of over-tightening bolts. Smart Fit also makes installation easy, with no additional tools required.
The Delta Prelude has a space-saving round bowl at a comfortable 16½” seat height, making it easy to sit down and get up again and ADA compliant. Water Sense technology provides great flushing power with less water, saving you money and using water responsibly. It also has Delta’s exclusive Smart Fit connection, making it easy to install. Similar to the others, the Prelude comes with all the necessary supplies to get it installed. App as well!
Delta Prelude C41201-WH pictured
Standout Features of Delta
As with all toilet brands, they have models that boast unique offerings for the consumer. We’ve listed some of these that Delta toilets offer below.
Night Light Toilet Seat
Many people prefer a night light toilet seat to make using the bathroom at night or in the dark easier and more comfortable without lighting up the entire room. These night light seats are powered by batteries that need occasional replacing, and the light can be triggered in different ways depending on the specific seat model. Here are the most common lighting mechanisms.
Soft Close Toilet Seat
More and more households are choosing to upgrade to a soft close toilet seat, called a “slow close” or “self-closing” seat. These toilet seats have special soft-closing hinges that close the seat and lid with just a touch. Here are some of the reasons many families prefer a slow close toilet seat.
Our Top Pick
It was close, but after reviewing these Delta toilets, we’ve got to go with the Turner. These three toilets have similar qualities, but there are a few standouts that each one has. The Turner line has several core qualities to choose from: dual flush, round, elongated, etc. These options make it a win for most any situation you may find yourself in.